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Harry Potter TikTok trend has creators putting together outfits inspired by the Harry, Ron, and other characters


Gordon Ramsay re-created the viral Fleetwood Mac video while critiquing a home chef's baguette sandwich


Celebrities and a politician got tricked into fake 'Borat 3' auditions by YouTube pranksters



TikTokers are pretending to have horrible side-effects from COVID-19 vaccines. The posts are jokey, but medical experts say they can encourage real anti-vaxx views.


The author of one of the internet's scariest stories explains why it's so satisfyingly unsettling for horror fans


A 15-second horror TikTok is going viral thanks to a genuinely terrifying ending



The best memes from the final presidential debate of 2020, from 'Abraham Lincoln' to 'malarkey'


Borat crashed into David Dobrik's Tesla and knocked off the front door in the YouTuber's first return to vlogging since March


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's 'Among Us' Twitch stream met voters where they were, and the memes prove it


QAnon Halloween costumes are still available on Amazon after other companies banned goods related to the conspiracy theory movement


TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Addison Rae reignited dating rumours about their on-again, off-again relationship with a new post


Inside the 'Honey House': TikToks 'oldest' collab house strictly for adult influencers has been mocked but it's about to start its 2nd season



Kourtney Kardashian appeared to endorse Kanye West's presidential run, advertising his campaign merch on her Instagram story


This is how 16 tech companies have reacted to the QAnon conspiracy theory on their platform


YouTube announces new action against QAnon conspiracy theory but stops short of ban


The cranberry juice skateboarding video creator is selling a Halloween costume based on the viral TikTok



Celebrities are recreating the viral cranberry juice skateboarding video, from Stevie Nicks to Jimmy Fallon


Bon App├ętit announced 8 new chefs set to rebuild its YouTube channel after the publication's reckoning


Amazon continues to sell and recommend QAnon merchandise as other companies crack down on the conspiracy theory


A white beauty influencer apologised for saying BIPOC and LGBTQ YouTubers are 'handed' their success by the platform